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  1. #941
    Join Date
    Dec 2009

    Hello Everyone!

    Just wanted to say "Hello Everyone" and to introduce myself on this website!

    Stay Safe,


  3. #942


    Just wanted to say hello, i'm glad i stumbled across this place!

  4. #943
    Welcome to all the new members on the forum!


  5. #944
    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Head of the Lakes, MN
    Hey, Montanaguns,

    Many years ago I learned to shoot when we lived in Havre. Went through the junior NRA rifle course. The rifle range was in the basement of a store. My dad also took us out south of town for plinking with the .22 revolver. We also went pheasant hunting. Good times back then.

  6. Montana

    How do you like that CLP? Had a chance to test it out yet? I've heard mixed reviews and that there were some initial problems. Did they get those all ironed out?

  7. Has anyone noticed any of the latest pics and stories from Mumbai? (MSM is Not going to show them) Looks like they finally figured it out. Gun Free Zones don't work. Even worse, they are utter failures. The desk managers now 'Carry', Countless others in various jobs are now 'Strapped'. The police now are really armed. Some are even behind sandbags. Hah. Better to keep it low key and non-discernible to the miscreants. Certified CCW works very well. Israel learned long ago about all of that. Every society has to go through a Lesson or two before it wakes up.

  8. #947

    Arrow Gramproger 45

    Thanks veteran members. I hope you guys understand what I'm saying about firearm break in. I believe that one of our vetreans understandbly thought I was talking about a housebreak-in. I agree. Give me a rifle or a shotgun if warning and space allows.

    The carry side of my statement was well received by me once I knew that our regulars were talking about having total confindence in a well tesred new gun to protect life, not to be confident in a well shot in piece because of it's price or reputation.

    My question is, are gunmakers today delivering products that must be finished by a new owner. A lot of "reviewers" seem to think so. I agree that a new gun must be fired until the new oner is satisfied with its performance, and without reservation, so it can be carried and will perform the moment it is needed. That is not the same as smothing out the action on a new weapon.

    Gramproger 45

  9. #948
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    North Las Vegas, NV
    Hello from North Las Vegas, NV. I belong to other carry forums and have been lurking here for quite a while and finally decided to join here.

  10. #949
    Hello members.
    A little about myself---retired AF Weapons Maintenance Mechanic Specialist 46270, Vietnam Vet '69-'70 as a Helicopter Door Gunner, so am familiar with weapons i.e. safety and responsibility of being a gun owner and user. Hope to learn even more from the members here. Thanks for welcoming aboard!

  11. #950
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    Munford, TN
    Just joined wanted to say hello.

    "A veteran is someone who, at one point in his or her life, wrote a blank check, made payable to the 'United States of America', for an amount "up to and including my life"

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